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The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017



The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017

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30 ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY JULY 29 2017 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 ABC CLASSIC FM FM-107.3 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Saturday Morning 12.00 Music Makers 1.00 Afternoon Concert 4.00 The Opera Show 5.00 Screen Sounds 7.00 Concert. SUNDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Sunday Morning 12.00 Keys to Music 1.00 Afternoon Concert 5.00 Sunday Recital 7.00 Sunday Opera. ABC NEWSRADIO 102.5FM SATURDAY: 3.30 World Brief 4.00 News Finance Sport 4.30 News Asia Pacific Review 10.00 World This Week 10.30 The World Today 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 Roll News 2.30 News 3.00 News Arts 3.30 News Business of Business 4.00 Live Drive 4.30 NPR 5.30 Go Digital 6.30 News 8.30 Science in Action. SUNDAY: 4.00 Roll News 4.30 Business 10.00 Live Drive 10.30 World News 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 News Sport 2.30 A/P Business 3.00 News Science 3.30 News 4.00 World This Week 4.30 NPR 5.30 News 6.30 Health 7.30 Go Digital 8.30 News. Territory FM 104.1Territory Network SATURDAY: 9.00 Sports Saturday with David White 12.00 Maximum Music No Repeats 6.00 Best of Alice Cooper 9.00 Saturday Night Rock with Lisa Sennett 11.00 Radio Cocktail with Hoops. SUNDAY: 6.00 Sunday Breakfast 9.00 Acoustic Storm 12.00 Maximum Music No Repeats 6.00 Cultural Village World Music. CAAMA 8KIN FM 102.9 SATURDAY: 8.00 Totally Fresh 12.00 Reggae Rebels with Steve 4.00 Easy Listening 8.00 Party Mix 12.00 Overnight Sounds. SUNDAY: 8.00 Country with Pam 12.00 Mixed Up Beats 4.00 AFLCA Footy 6.00 Feel Good Sunday 8.00 Green Bush 12.00 Overnight Sounds. RHEMA FM 97.7 SATURDAY: 8.00 Sat Morning Music 3.00 20 Cdown Mag 7.00 Reality Zone 10.00 Fresh. SUNDAY: 6.30 Amazing Grace 7.00 Heart & Soul 9.00. Church Service 12.00 Sun Sounds 3.00 Women of Hope 5.00 Face to Face 7.00 Bthrough Gen 9.00 Paul Gray. RADIO NATIONAL AM 657 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 7.00 Saturday AM 7.30 Sat Extra 9.00 Blueprint for living 2.00 Books and Arts 5.00 Between The Lines 6.00 AWAYE! (Listen Up) 7.00 The Moth Radio Hour 8.00 BBC Arts Hour. SUNDAY: 5.00 Blueprint for Living 7.00 Sun Extra 10.00 The Minefield 11.00 The Music Show 2.00 BooksPlus 5.00 All in the Mind 6.00 The Spirit of Things 7.00 This American Life 8.00 Download This Show. KIK FM 91.5 SATURDAY: 12am Throb Night live. 1am KIKn dance m6.00 Blueprint for living 7.00 Correspondents Report 8.00 Background Briefing 10.00 Between The Lines 12.00 Boyer Lectures 1.00 Earshot 3.00 Radiotonic 6.00 Spirit of Things 7.00 This American Life 8.00 Soundproof.usic 3.00 Sat KIK 6.00 KIKn dance music. SUNDAY: Sounds of Summer Dance and Hi NRG. CHINESE-MANDARIN FM 91.5 SUNDAY: Noon-1pm. MIX 104.9 FM SATURDAY: 7.00 Better Homes and Gardens 9.00 Music 4.00 Cover to Cover 6.00 Retro Party. SUNDAY: 9.00 Music 3.00 Time Warp Special 4.00 My Generation 6.00 Rick Dees. HOT 100 SATURDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Hot Hits 6.00 Urban Chart Hits 8.00 Hot Sessions. SUNDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Take 40 Australia 6.00 American Take 40 10.00 Planet Rock. RADIO LARRAKIA 94.5FM SATURDAY: 5.00 8KIN 10.00 Sentimental Journey 12.00 Local Music 2.30 Blues & Roots 6.30 NIRS Footy 10.00 Blue Thunda. SUNDAY: 8.00 Gospel 12.00 Everything Palmerston 3.30 CAAMA Footy 6.45 Youth-A-Ramma 8.00 Youth Beat. Ten fighting for Survival Network looks to marquee series for ratings successCHANNEL 10 will be hoping astronger, more physical and mentally tough group of 24 contestants will boost Australian Survivor this year. In a highly competitive local television market, the network is pulling out all stops to give the series a good chance of strong ratings. The competition is fierce. Tomorrow night Australian Survivor will be up against the Block launching on Nine and, from next week, Hells Kitchen on Seven. Producers of the show have gone for a more brash cast compared to last years, a cast prepared to take risks to get people talking. There is more diversity this year; we have all walks of life represented, host Jonathan LaPaglia (pictured) said. They are all talking up a big game, so we will see how that plays out. This was backed up by Ten exec Stephen Tate, who said producers wanted to make a bigger impact this year with players who understand the format of Survivor. We were looking for people who actually got that it is a game, he said. They are talking themselves up, but we will see when the reality hits, whether they can actually rise to that occasion. But that is what we set out to find, because it is a game. One of the more highprofile contestants to watch is model Sarah Tilleke, 22, who lived in Sydney in 2014 filming the Naomi Campbell reality show The Face. Tilleke is perfect casting, according to Tate. She might be underestimated, but she has studied all the strategy when it comes to winning Australian Survivor. I would love it to be remembered for doing a really big move, she said. I want to play a game that is worthy of being on the show. I know some sort of manipulation is part of it, but Im excited about that. Digital advertising producer Peter Conte also has a strategy, but its not as obvious. I want to come across as ditzy and vibrant, so I dont think people will see me as a threat, he said. More than 15,000 people applied to be part of Australian Survivor, series two. It premieres on Channel 10 tomorrow at 7.30pm, then on Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm this week. Kaitlen chasing model dream Pi ct ur e: IN ST A G R A M KAITLEN Dodd wants to be Australias first indigenous supermodel. The 19-year-old will represent Australia at World indigenous Fashion Week in the Seychelles in October and will walk the runway in Sao Paulo, Brazil, next month. I have always looked up to the original supermodels, like Namo Campbell and Linda Evangelista, she said. I would love to be Australias first indigenous supermodel. We will see how it goes. Ill keep working hard like I am now and hopefully build a name for myself. Dubbo-based Dodd (pictured) studied vet nursing before turning to modelling. Theres a lot of other young indigenous people who would love to pursue a career in this industry but it is hard when there are so few to look up to,Dodd explained. Theres been a certain look in the fashion industry, blonde hair and blue eyes, but I feel like it is getting to be more diverse and now is the time to go in and give it a go.

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